Upfronts week – that time of year when network executives tell advertisers and the world at large what shows they’ll be airing come the new fall season, and we all start wondering which ones will fail first – is coming to an end. And while, for most people, that means they can start thinking about the future, I’d rather think about the past… and the shows that didn’t make it to a new season.
The network dropped the ax on the struggling alien-invasion drama while picking up several new series, including the update of Charlie’s Angels and the fantasy drama Once Upon a Time.
Stars Elizabeth Mitchell and Marc Singer and showrunner Scott Rosenbaum reveal their hopes for a third season of V, while Mitchell explains why Juliet returned for the Lost finale.
Executive producer/writer Scott Rosenbaum and stars Elizabeth Mitchell and Marc Singer talked with fans at WonderCon about the future of the ABC sci-fi drama.
The opening hour of V’s second season is filled with intriguing sci-fi concepts, brutal acts of violence and a healthy dose of sex to boot. An unbalanced episode, it nonetheless sets up an intriguing premise for future episodes. Check out our spoiler-filled recap of the episode past the jump.
A first look at the production design for the extraterrestrials of the V remake reveals something for more alien than what was seen in the ’80s cult classic. Warning: Spoilers.
V actor Charles Measure spoke with Spinoff Online about his portrayal of hired assassin Kyle Hobbes, his character’s evolution from cutthroat mercenary to impassioned soldier and what he expects to see in season two.
The former Party of Five actor spoke with Spinoff Online about starring on V as morally ambiguous broadcast journalist Chad Decker, his continually conflicted relationship with both the alien invaders and the resistance fighters of the Fifth Column, and his hopes for season two.
The Visitors are still coming — they’re just coming a little bit later than previously hoped. And when they come back, they will be fewer in number, as ABC have decided to trim their second season order of V from 13 to 10 episodes.
ABC announced today that the second season of its sci-fi remake V will premiere on Jan. 4, following No Ordinary Family. That’s about two months later than its expected November return.
Friday’s packed “TV Guide Magazine: The 2010 Hot List” panel at Comic-Con International featured stars from such genre series as Chuck, The Cape, Human Target, No Ordinary Family and V.
When ABC’s V returns for its second season, it’ll be more than the color of the skies that changes. Producer and writer Scott Rosenbaum is promising new sides to the conflict, and new characters to complicate matters for Anna, Erica and everyone else.